asked if I wanted to meet him. Sounded like he was around 30 years old
Got a message about saving 1,000. I hung up after just a few secs of the guy on the other end talking.
Many of these "telemarketers" are internet porn hook-up girls trying to get through to a cheating spouse. They have "throw away numbers". So often if y iou try to return the call it is a number "no longer in service". Furthermore, they can change up the title of the "telemarketing" name to anything they want. Hence, "Open Gate" albeit, when you look it up is a real site, is a signal for a spouse to open their house gate to the hook-up hopeful to sneak in during the middle of the night while you are sleeping so they cazn have a little outdoor fun! (or what these middle aged men call fun at your expense). Furthermore, if your spouse feels the need to answer one of these calls and you happen to walk into the room, he may say "not interested" to the "telemarketer". I suggest you ask him why he felt the need to answer that telemarketing call. That response is a signal to the phone sex thing on the other end that his wife is standing right there. Just heads up. Why not just man up guys. Why the games?
Prank Harassing call. This number keeps calling my home phone - several times a week, sometimes 3 or 4 a day. No message is left, and nothing except dead air and clicks if I answer. When I call back the message plays as from UBS.
This number keeps calling my home phone - several times a week, sometimes 3 or 4 a day. No message is left, and nothing except dead air and clicks if I answer.
THIS NUMBER KEEPS CALLING MY WORK PHONE AND NO ONE TALKS. I GET 5 OR MORE CALLS A DAY FROM THIS NUMBER
This is a new one... pre-recorded message calling to see if I have a crack in my windshield. If I do, they will fix it. I don't exactly remember but it said to push 1 or 9 to talk to someone about having it repaired. I did and told the idiot who answered that pre-recorded calls were illegal. He laughed and I called him a [***] and hung up. :-) Made me feel good.
Idiots. Robot asking if I or anyone I know has a cracked windshield, if so press 9. I pressed 9 and was gonna mess with em some, but was taken to a voicemail of a mentally challenged sounding individual asking me to leave my "um phone number, um state you're calling in, and Um, Um, ahhhhh, the um make and um model of car you'se um drive.
CALL FROM " WAY TO GO " - WHO ARE THEY
A &, C D.B.A. Clarke Moving
1150 E 27th St
360 992 8702
A &, C D.B.A. Clarke Moving offers you Piano, Local and Residential Movers in Vancouver, WA.
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Calls over and over and over again. Never leaves a message.
this number, which caller ID says is in Danbury, NH, calls a couple times a week...I don't answer and no message is ever left
It sounds like you're being "worked" by a desperate debt collector. "Amy" is using a very old intimidation tactic in the hope that you'll call them. "Amy" is, most probably, attempting to collect on an invalid, time-barred or fictitious debt. At best, "Amy" is a minimum wage stooge for a Junk/Zombie Debt Buyer (JDB). At worst, "Amy" is an outright fraud.
Garnishment is ordered by the court. AFTER a hearing. You will be served a summons long before any legitimate discussions of garnishment can be made. The mere threat is a violation of the state &, federal regulations governing the lawful collection of debt. As is the threat of a lawsuit unless a suit is actually going to be pursued.
Research &, know your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). It sounds complex....it's not. Just Google it. Once you're aware of your rights, you'll be of help in putting the "Amys" out there out of work &, back on the streets. Where they belong!
Be Safe. Be Aware.
My manager at a salon I work at informed me today that a woman named Amy something or other called and asked her if she knew anything about garnishment. My manager said ' garnishment for who?' This woman mentions my name and gives my manager a phone #, a dept # and a case # to give to our payroll dept. First of all, I have not been served any 'Garnishment Papers' and I have absolutely NO clue why I would be garnished in the first place. Is this for real?!
They call and hang up on me one to two times a month for over a year now. I called back once and asked why they were calling me but wouldn't tell me unless I gave them my ss and dob. Of course I didn't.
DCS has called and hung up twice on my cell phone. I have informed via email that one more hangup will be reported to powers that be. I have not received any letter from them so have no idea what they want (obviously money) but tough.
Caller left message. Said they were offering promo for time share in Mexico (paraphrasing). Number came thru as DCS Financial.
Call but don't leave messages don't call back becUse if it was important they would leave me a voicemail
3609924100 keeps calling and claiming I have a unpaid debt. However, I had already settled my debt through DCS. I even supplied them with there confirmation number but am still being called and sent letters. I'm beginning to wonder if I ever owed at all.
I have received several calls from this number and they either hang up if I answer or they don't leave a message. It's wasting my minutes on my cell phone!